Batman: The Animated Series as the voice of Billy.

Sadly, David had died of brain cancer on August 30, 2000, in Woodland Hills, Los Angelos, California. On one site, it was said that fellow Godspellers stayed with him till his dying day. He was an incredible actor and he will be missed. He is gone, but not forgotten.

Character notes:
He has attributes of both Biblical figures: he is both Jesus' lieutenant and most ardent disciple and the doubter who begins to question and rebel. Like Jesus, he is also charismatic, but in more of an overt revolutionary way. Usually played by someone handsome and masculine, with an undertone of sexuality. He is the most "serious" and intellectual of the group, though as with all the actors, he must still possess a good sense of physical comedy.
(Baritone Eb top solo note, should have an E for harmonies)

Costume notes:
Tails with Felt Stripes - Rosette - Buttons, Fringe Trim - Movement, Striped T-Shirt, Striped Pants, Work Scarf , Painted Tennis Shoes, Judas has the qualities of a ring-leader - POLITICIAN

My thoughts:
"I think out of all of the characters in the film, his character has the most depth. Sure, Victor Garber as Jesus was very dramatic and all, but David's character made me feel more connected to the film. His character is a mixture of John the Baptist and Judas Iscariot, and though I know next to nothing about the Bible, I do know these are opposites and quite impossible to mold into one, but he pulls it off very nicely. He seems to be at a war with himself- a part of him wants to follow Jesus's teachings, and another part of him contradicts his messages. It reminds me of me with everyday life. Anyways, I love David and he rocks my socks."

David (Michael) Haskell was born on June 4, 1948, in San Joaquin County, California. He trained at the College of Marin and at Carnagie-Mellon University, where he studied acting, voice, dance and mime. He is widely known for his double role in GODSPELL as both John the Baptist and Judas Iscariot. His other projects include K-9, Body Double, Seems like Old Times, the original Godspell stage production, and guest starring roles on such shows as Home Improvement, Mork and Mindy, and in